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Project Sarah breakfast

The 10th annual Project Sarah breakfast, the organization’s biggest fundraiser, is Sunday, April 3, at 9:30 a.m., at Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck.

Robin Niman of the Five Towns, who used to work at Project Sarah, will receive the Magen Yeladim Hero award; Rabbi Haim Jachter will be given the Rabbinical Support award; and Marcia Levy will accept the Volunteer Recognition Award on behalf of the National Council of Jewish Women.

Judy Brown
Judy Brown

Judy Brown, the author of “Hush” and “This Is Not A Love Story” will be the keynote speaker.

Project Sarah (Stop Abusive Relationships At Home) is a program that works to overcome cultural, legal, and religious barriers confronting victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse. No one is turned away because of race, gender, or financial difficulties. The group is funded by the N.J. Department of Law and Public Safety, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women, the N.J. Department of Children and Families, Jewish Family Service & Children’s Center of Clifton-Passaic, and private donations and foundations.

The breakfast is free and babysitting will be provided. Reservations are required; make them at www.ProjectSARAH.org. For information, call (973) 777-7638, ext. 144.

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